At its simplest, structural engineering is the practice of ensuring our man-made structures are not compromised by the ever-relentless force of gravitational pull … or by environmental and transient loads. To accomplish this feat, engineers must analyze a complex system of members impacted by a wide array of forces, and design an effective, yet efficient, system to stabilize the structure and protect those it serves.
When the root is deep, there is no reason to fear the windAfrican proverb
- Foundation Design
- Structural Steel
- Wood-Framed / Cold-Formed Steel
- Reinforced Concrete
- Site Retaining Walls